James Shields responds to Fowler’s criticism after being traded

AUDIO: James Shields: “I Went Above And Beyond What I Got Asked To Do”
Former San Diego Padres Pitcher James Shields explains how he felt hearing Ron Fowler’s comments and also how he would evaluate his time in San Diego.

James Shields: ‘The way I left is definitely disappointing’ – San Diego Union-Tribune
In an interview Tuesday morning on The Mighty 1090 AM, new Chicago White Sox pitcher James Shields said the way he left the Padres “is definitely disappointing.”

Myers’ walk-off single wins it for Padres – MLB.com
Derek Norris’ home run in the bottom of the ninth kept the Padres alive, and paved the way for a Wil Myers walk-off single to left, giving San Diego a 4-3 win and extending the Braves losing streak at Petco Park to 12 games.

VIDEO: Chargers 1st Round Pick, Joey Bosa, Throws Out First Pitch at Padres Game
San Diego Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa threw out the first pitch at at Padres game, along with fellow rookies Hunter Henry and Max Tuerk, before telling Marty Caswell why baseball was his first love, why Philip Rivers is surreal and why the Bolts defense will be a force.

Chargers talking Keenan Allen extension – San Diego Union-Tribune
Sources said Monday that a new contract for the fourth-year wide receiver is, as planned at this stage, a possibility. If Allen agrees to an extension, the deal is expected to exceed the value of Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns’ four-year, $40 million pact that was finalized last week. No deal for the Chargers’ Allen is imminent, but additional clarity is likely in the coming days.

Clint Dempsey, USMNT rout Costa Rica to keep Copa America hopes alive – USA Today
The United States put its Copa America campaign firmly back on track Tuesday night with a resounding 4-0 victory over Costa Rica at Soldier Field.

First-half goals from Clint Dempsey, Jermaine Jones and Bobby Wood helped the hosts take command, opening up an early advantage to send the contest beyond reach, before substitute Graham Zusi added a fourth later.

AUDIO: George Foreman: “I Was Never In The Ring With Someone Like Muhammad Ali”
The former Heavyweight Champion George Foreman joined Scott and BR to talk about the passing of Muhammad Ali, he remembers their epic Rumble in the Jungle, why Ali was one of a kind and their friendship after boxing.

Tiger Woods says he’ll miss U.S. Open, Quicken Loans National – USA Today
The 14-time major champion, who hasn’t played a competitive round on the PGA Tour since finishing in a tie for 10th in the Wyndham Championship last August, announced Tuesday he won’t play in the coming weeks. He continues to rehab a surgically repaired back.

The Kickers Podcast: Summer Workouts & Skins Compression
Scott Kaplan and John Carney talk about gearing up for the season with summer workouts and they are joined by Anthony Leon from Skins to talk about compression gear performance and recovery.

Too many games: The NBA’s injury problem is a scheduling one – ESPN
This postseason saw six former All-Stars sidelined, including Curry, Paul, Griffin, Bosh, Marc Gasol and Deron Williams. In five of the past six postseasons, a No. 1 seed has lost an All-Star to injury, and that has often torpedoed a powerhouse’s championship quest before it got to the Finals (2016 Steph Curry; 2015 Kyle Korver; 2013 Russell Westbrook; 2012 Derrick Rose; 2011 Manu Ginobili). As a result, what used to be the norm in the NBA — two titans battling it out for the Larry O’Brien trophy — is now little more than a pipe dream.


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